Jul 18, 2014, 1:11 PM EDT
Thomas Robinson has had a nice Summer League for the Trail Blazers — 13.7 points a game on 50 percent shooting, plus he’s getting 8.7 rebounds a contest. Also, a few nice dunks thrown in there.
But now his summer is about to take a step back.
It looks like he will need surgery on his thumb, reports friend of the site Chris Haynes at CSNNW.com.
Thomas Robinson of the Portland Trail Blazers will seek a second opinion on his right thumb, which has a ligament tear.
Surgery is the likely scenario, we’re told, though a final decision has yet to be made. If a surgical procedure is the path, he is expected to undergo surgery sometime next week, we’re told. It would be a simple procedure and a timetable of approximately six weeks is the recovery time for similar operations.
That time frame would have Robinson back in time for training camp. Robinson is expected to get considerable run for the Blazers this season, backing up LaMarcus Aldridge at the four.
Robinson suffered the injury Tuesday in the Trail Blazers’ game against the Hawks.
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